Ibis Paris La Villette 19eme
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We started leisurely today, at 10 AM, with another famous cathedral – the Notre Dame. We walked around it taking photos, amazed by the intricate detailing all over the cathedral, especially of the angels and faces on the front. The view of the River Seine from around the Notre Dame was stunning too.
Once finished, we walked up to …
This morning was an earlier start, with a packed day ahead. We started at the Sacre-Cœur. The building is beautiful, but the site on which it stands is what makes it so special. It was a long walk up, but from the top we got an awesome panorama of Paris, and caught our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower! We also had a browse at the markets …
We spent the day today at Cité des Sciences, Paris’ awesome science museum. It’s huge, interesting, interactive and blows the Brits’ one out of the water. The building is actually the original meat market from the slaughter days in this area. France has a tall building law, where you are not allowed public audiences in buildings …
This morning was a bit of a rush, with a meeting time to catch the tube of 8:30 AM, Josh and I got up at 8:00. We made it though, and shockingly didn’t leave anything behind! We got to St Pancras for the Eurostar and bought lunch for on the train before boarding. The train ride went pretty smoothly and we arrived in Paris to rain.
... inside (see the map for everywhere - I marked it as best I could). My favorite room was the hall of mirrors, this is where the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919. We saw the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon used by the royal family to escape the glaring eyes and formality of the court. I couldn't get over how close people got to the royals in those days. Basically anyone could see the king as long as they complied with ...